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When you stay at Château Oliveau in Mars-sur-Allier, you'll be 14 minutes by car from Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Edith and Michel were extremely friendly and helpful - nothing was too much trouble. On the first evening, I arrived much later than expected and very tired and Edith and Michel rose to the occasion, cooking me an excellent dinner washed down with a very agreeable red wine. Edith's food was outstanding and they even drove me over to Magny Cours race track each morning to meet my friends. Breakfast was generous and elegant and they very kindly made me a proper English Breakfast on the Sunday without being asked. My room was really large and beautifully appointed and Edith went the extra mile and popped a special reading light by my bed when she spotted that I was obviously a reader... Fabulous place - I will definitely stay there again!
Pros: Quiet area but beautiful country side.
Cons: The chateau is gorgeous. Room was excellent. Decor and each detail made our stay so special. Wish we could’ve stayed longer. Will definitely be going back!
Pros: absolutely FABULOUS!!!! I have stayed in hotels like four seasons, ritz Carlton. let me tell you in this hotel the service and the details are out of this world..... nothing compared with ultra luxury everything was carefully taken care of, every single detail in the room was amazing. The breakfast is delicious and fresh! I went there for business with my father, i will totally come back as a tourist with my partner.
Cons: nothing, EVERYTHING WAS AMAZING!!!
Pros: Everything was beautiful!
Pros: I ENJOY EVERYTHING , BREAKFAST WAS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. THE SERVICE OF THE HOSTS IS THE BEST
Pros: The breakfast was delicious. Edith was very friendly and helpful. The mansion and setting were fabulous!
Pros: Le Chateau Oliveau is a beautiful manor house in a very rural spot. Michel, front-of-house was very welcoming and warm, the breakfasts excellent and when we asked about an evening meal, Michel and Edith were very accommodating.
Cons: Nothing. I'd like to have had more time to explore it.
Pros: We loved Chateau Oliveau!! The mansion and grounds are beautiful with a very large room and bathroom, all elegantly decorated. Edith was a superb and friendly host and the food was spectacular.
Featuring a swimming pool, free bikes and a garden and views of the lake, La Ferme Du Chateau is set in Tresnay and offers accommodation with free WiFi. There is a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer in each unit, along with free toiletries. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. LA FERME DU CHATEAU offers a children's playground. Guests at the accommodation can enjoy table tennis on site, or go hiking or cycling in the surroundings. Moulins is 22 km from La Ferme Du Chateau, while Nevers is 38 km away.
Pros: People running the place were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good. Excellent value for money.
Pros: The whole place was beautiful and welcoming, as were Eve and Herve who were friendly and welcoming and so keen to make our stay as good as possible. Even to sharing the football match on their TV! The bedrooms were charming and comfortable and the swimming pool and beautiful lake a delight, especially with such hot weather. Breakfast outside in the sun was delicious
Cons: We wish we could have stayed longer, but when we booked there were only the two days available.
Pros: Clean pool Pretty lake and surroundings Our door seating, great for enjoying a glass or two of red wine, bread and cheese over looking the pool and lake.
Pros: I departed very early before breakfast time. My hosts very kindly made flask of coffee, orange juice, croissants, bread etc etc the night before so that I could eat before departing for Belgium Top marks !
Pros: Lovey quiet location. Nice swimming pool. Very pleasant friendly host.
Cons: Long way from restaurants.
Pros: Great Hotel. My teenagers borrowed bicycles. There was table tennis there. We were 5 people and our room was big. Bathroom perfect. Swimmingpool was small but perfect. We ate dinner in the big garden. We knew that there was no restaurant there so we bought food in the supermarked before we arrived. Breakfast excelent, classic french.
Cons: It would have been fine if the guests could buy something cold to drink.
Pros: Location, pool, host, room all excellent
Pros: Loved everything about this place. Lovely helpful hosts and great property and location, can highly recommend.
Chambres d'hôtes Bois Prin is set in Trévol and features a garden. There is a terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. The units in the guest house are equipped with a kettle. At Chambres d'hôtes Bois Prin all rooms are equipped with a private bathroom with a hairdryer. The accommodation offers a continental or à la carte breakfast. You can play table tennis and darts at Chambres d'hôtes Bois Prin, and the area is popular for hiking and cycling. Moulins is 11 km from the guest house, while Bourbon-Lancy is 45 km away.
Pros: The rooms with clima and the private parking. The hosts were very friendly and a great hospitality.
Cons: The breakfast, there was not so much choice as expected for this price of room.
Pros: The hosts, excellent beds , linen, cosy
Pros: We had a beautiful bedroom with sitting room and a large bathroom. Bright and spacious. The bed was large (I think King) and very comfortable. Lots of privacy as we had the upstairs to ourselves. JeanMarie and his wife were charming and check in and check out was easy and quick. The common area of the house is stunning. I believe JeanMarie said the original house built around the French Revolution. The drive in to town for dinner was relatively simple maybe 10 minutes and we had a delightful time and were entertained well at FacetoFace. The owners were a delight
Cons: I really cant think of anything.
When you stay at Le Relais de Chasse in Chantenay-Saint-Imbert, you'll be 14 minutes by car from Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: lovely people and great location. Dinner was superb as was breakfast. Will visit again
Cons: weather - it snowed in October
Pros: Lovely b&b in the middle of the village which looks simple from the outside but opens up when through the gates to reveal lovely gardens, orchard which was excellent for the dog. Hostess very friendly and we took advantage of the evening meal that was very good. It was 28.50 for three courses including wine per person. Breakfast was also excellent and included in the rate. Perfect spot as it was halfway between Channel ports and the Alps.
Pros: Beautiful. Wonderful natural bird filled garden. Magnificent round tower rooms and intact spiral staircase. Diana was a lovely host and cooked a wonderful vegetarian meal. Excellent ambience and very tasteful decorated in an understated classical style. Lovely relaxing experience. Thank you.
Pros: The ladies made for a friendly welcome, always ready to help and easy to chat to. The mansion still breathes 16th century, yet the facilities are modem and clean. The junior suite has a comfy sofa and we had a door leading directly to the courtyard and the absolutely huge garden where our dogs could roam free. There's even a public park within walking distance for a bigger walk.
Cons: The only thing we could say is that the road there, once off the highway, is not an easy ride when it's dark. There is no lighting and opposing traffic can often blind you with their beam lights. This is of course nothing the ladies at the chambres d'hôtes can help :) Just meant as a word of advise.
Pros: This is a very unusual place with a combination of centuries old buildings and modern accommodations (lighting, bathrooms, etc) and a gorgeous huge garden and extremely attentive care from the two owners. We were really impressed and frankly surprised by the special character of the Relais de Chasse. The suite was very spacious and had everything we needed.
Pros: The Relais de Chasse is peaceful, very clean with delicious meals. We were well looked after. It is easy to find and we hope to return. Our host was very attentive.
Cons: Everything perfect for us so cannot think of any improvements.
Pros: Friendly owners who could not do enough for us on arrival even though it was 11pm! The rooms were very spacious and clean and good en suite facilities. Breakfast was a great spread with hot food too if wanted. They even provided an evening meal upon request.
Located in a 19th-century castle and surrounded by a big park, La Demeure d’Aglaë is situated in Villeneuve-sur-Allier, 15 km from Moulins. Free Wi-Fi is provided in the entire property. With an English-style décor and antique furniture, all of the guest rooms include a private bathroom, free toiletries and a seating area. They open onto the park and some of them also provide a private terrace. Every morning, you can enjoy a continental breakfast. The property features a lounge, books and a kitchen is also at your disposal. The city of Nevers is 35 km away and Nevers Magny-Cours racing circuit is 30 km from La Demeure d'Aglaë.
Pros: It is a beautiful Chateau property and Diane, the hostess, was extremely helpful with meals, directions, and was very friendly.
Located in Mars-sur-Allier, in the heart of Burgundy, this independent wooden chalet is set on a former pony farm and offers a barbecue and view of the garden. Free WiFi access is available in the public areas. The chalet features a kitchen fully equipped with a coffee machine, electric kettle, oven, refrigerator and dishwasher. There is also access to a covered swimming pool. Breakfast and other meals can be prepared by the hosts upon reservation in advance. Guests can find a supermarket within 6 km of the property. The centre of Magny is 5 km away and Nevers is 20 km from the property. Free private parking is possible on site.
With a stay at Chambres d'hôtes Champendu in Azy-le-Vif, you'll be 13.2 mi (21.2 km) from Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours and 13.3 mi (21.4 km) from Monsieur Le Cure. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, a library, and microwave in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Located in Avermes, Hôtel & Résidence Avermes is within a 5-minute drive of Musée Anne de Beaujeu and Maison Mantin. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Basic but very reasonably priced and easy to find The room was really warm which we really appreciated as the weather was especially cold.
Cons: A little far from town you have to drive in but parking was quite easy.
Pros: Checked in late at night. Hotel sent me instructions in English for Automated check in and everything was so simple and worked. secure car parking. Breakfast was ok. Shower room was good, bed comfortable.
Cons: The rooms were very small and well used. Not really a hotel, more a motel.
Pros: Very kind staff, good comfortable bed and pilow. Always warm water.
Pros: Protected parking,and easy access to Moulins
Cons: This hotel needs desperately a face lift.
Pros: Plenty of parking space Well located Clean sheets
Cons: Reception is not open 24/7 (only until 9pm and Sunday until 8pm) so inconvenient for people arriving late Room smelt and felt humid Bathroom with molded tiles Ants and other insects in the bathroom
Pros: The staff were pleasant and the breakfast was good. The room was a good size.
Cons: We have stayed here twice before when it was Premiere Classe but we would not stay again. The rooms are in need of upgrading. There was an unpleasant smell in the room and also in our friend's room. The bedding was sheets and blankets, duvets are better. The wifi was free but only available in the reception area.
With a stay at Campanile Moulins - Avermes in Avermes, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Musée Anne de Beaujeu and Maison Mantin. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Evening meal and breakfast good, Staff very helpful
Cons: Lack of hand towels in the bathroom. Access to shower for disabled extremely difficult
Pros: The location
Cons: It was dirty and smelly and stinked of smoke, very tired apartment
Pros: I was available at immediate short notice
Cons: Looking very tired, mould in the grouting in the bath room, paint worn out
Pros: Adequate breakfast at a reasonable price
Cons: Nothing negative
Cons: Needed decoration. Skirting boards coming away from wall, sand and dirt on floor. In restaurant my wife asked for beef skewers with no blood, came dripping with blood Sent back and came back totally inedible
Pros: Granola at reception was outstanding with advice and support as my wife had an accident and in Hospital Fractured leg. The restaurant has a good variety menu du Jour, price and quality ,also service . Saturday night served over 100 covers!! Ideal situation outside of town but 10 minutes into town along quiet road. Moulins a very interesting small town
Pros: Camponile hotels are just a great for a basic stop overs. You know what you get and the restaurant is fine.
Cons: This one is a little rough around the edges.
Located in the Auvergne region, this hotel features rooms with private bathroom and free WiFi. A restaurant, a meeting room and a free private parking are available on site. The spacious rooms at NB Hôtel Restaurant Moulins include a satellite TV with Canal+ and a work desk. Some are suitable for families and disabled guests. A buffet breakfast is served in the breakfast area of the hotel. You can also dine on site from 19:00 to 22:00. Traditional cuisine and an a la carte menus are available every day of the year. Moulins, seat of the Bourbon Dukes in the 10th century, is a 5-minute drive and the Train Station gives direct access to Paris. The spa town of Vichy and Montluçon are respectively 66 and 92 km away. Moulins within 313 km from Paris, 194 km from Lyon and 100 km from Clermont-Ferrand. It enjoys a prime location and easy access to large cities. The Le Pal wildlife park and Nevers Magny-Cours race course are both a 30-minute drive away.
Pros: The night porter phoned me as I was late arriving: very useful as he gave me directions
Cons: The car park is not easy to access: the entrance driveway is rather loose gravel
Pros: Staff friendly. Room was clean but very basic.
Cons: No a.c. in the bedrooms. 3 nights with no sleep because it was too hot. Owner a bit like Basil Fawlty. Beer 6.50 a pint and it came from bottles which we all know are cheap.
Pros: Evening meal good.Pleasant staff.
Cons: The appearance of the owner in the morning who is obviously deranged.But like a prison guard
Pros: Dinner was OK beds comfortable.
Cons: Host was extremely rude. Breakfast was strange in that we had to use a tray each, and we’re only allowed one of each ...only bread brioche and croissants plus cereal provided. Cost of 8.50 euros per person. He muttered constantly to other guests about ‘Les anglaus ..’. My son who is autistic was pushed by him (he deemed him to be standing in the wrong place?) and took his cereal bowl from hom and topped some back into container! Outrageous behaviour. I’d like a refund for the breakfast.
Pros: Nothing at all
Cons: Without doubt the most bizzare experience ever, the manager had issues; contempt for guests, overcharging,rude arrogant,patronising, quite an incredible experience....Expensive breakfast and dinner....do NOT order any food very poor.. THE WORST EXPERIENCE WE HAVE EVER HAD IN A HOTEL
Pros: The Owner was so rude and threatening (following me to my car, talking nasty to me, ordening me things as if I had to obey his command). It was a horrible experience to stay in this hotel.
Cons: I asked for a second towel (room for 2, only one towel and a small ‘bath mat’ type of towel). The owner told I could not get a second towel, even though I offered to pay for it. ‘He and his wilde dried themselves like that too’ he said. He just told me: ‘I don’t have another towel.’ Then, when I went to get a towel from my car, he followed me telling me in a loud voice: ‘I can give hou your money back and you can leave’ and he tried to force me to take a dark side entrance, because I was not allowed to enter the main entrance (also the entrance to the restaurant), walking 1 step behind me, waving his arms, talking loudly. It seems like this man has a mental problem. He kept repeating: ‘I am the chef’. Felt more like a bully. Felt very unsafe. All because I asked for an extra towel, that I even offered to pay for.
Pros: Having read the reviews we were nervous about staying at the NB Hotel but we got off to a better than expected start. A planned 10 hour journey turned into a 14 hour nightmare drive and we were clearly going to be late for the “strict 11pm check-in close” so emailed to say we would be 10 or 15 minutes late. Thankfully, the “Patron” was waiting on the doorstep for us to arrive, glancing angrily between us and his watch. After profuse apologies from us which he ignored, he guided us most forcefully into a parking space – farthest possible from the reception door – and rushed us in to check-in. Breakfast wasn’t an option but forced on us with the €71 charge (not the €51 advertised) but we were so tired and grateful for him waiting till 11:13pm that we paid it and went up to our slightly smelly but adequate room on the 2nd floor. What can you expect for 51 euros. There was only one, very small bath towel in the bathroom so we popped back down to get another and a very apologetic and helpful young man on reception was as helpful as he could be (could he be Manuel??) only to be told that the Patron had retired for the evening and that the cupboard was locked till the morning. We used a beach towel that was slightly cleaner than we were so no huge problem but disappointing. The shower was “excited” and managed to spray water in just about every direction, except the direction the nozzle was pointing. Great fun! Bed was comfortable enough and there were plenty of pillows, albeit slightly musty.
Cons: Breakfast. HILARIOUS is the only appropriate word. “Basil” the Patron had been joined in the reception area by “Manuel” and a lady that was possibly called Sybil. After carefully checking our room key to ensure we had paid, we were directed to collect a tray laid out with cutlery and crockery from the dining table assigned to us (much like I imagine you would in prison) and shown through to the breakfast “buffet” where we were told to place our trays on a nearby table and shown to a selection of breads and croissants, some orange juice and coffee. We had a piece of bread and a croissant each and a coffee. Lovely and fresh bread! We went back for a second croissant and must have slipped past security because we were left to eat in piece. However, when we went back for a second cup of coffee, we were told by the Patron “Basil” that that was it. The couple on the next table were clearly not as good as evading security as we were and when they picked up “2nds”, Basil came storming across shouting that it was “ONE VISIT ONLY!” and when challenged by the guest, responded that he was.. “the Patron and the guest was only the client”. Basil then went storming off to Reception and came rushing back with a copy of the menu that clearly stated “1 Visit Only”, highlighted in red and asking the guest angrily “Can’t you read??” We left quickly but couldn’t help noticing as we drove out of the car park that the sign “Petit Dejeuner Buffet” had been altered with some tape to remove the “Buffet” word. Breakfast at the NB Hotel and Restaurant is not worth 8 euros each unless you are good at stacking food. You have to stay here to experience it… UNREAL!!